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Nov 14, 2012 1:00pm PST
you for what you did two years ago when you extended them? what the deal? ing mine is the part of not forgiving him from two years ago but it is absolutely essential that we allow for tax cuts to continue for 98 percent of americans but for people who earn above $250,000 --. >>neil: say, and we can quibble over that as we have in the past but what do republicans get in return? i don't hear much volunteering about slowing spending. >>guest: no, no, no, i do believe that the president support as balanced approach and so do i. there have already been very severe cuts implemented the last couple of years and there are other places we can cut. when it comes to the entitlement programs --. >>neil: when you say severe cuts, congresswoman, we are looking at likely $1 trillion plus deficit and maybe the cuts would have been more dramatic or the growth would have been more dramatic without them but the fact of matter is we are piling up $16.2 trillion if debt right now and that is unabated. >>guest: right, but what i was going to say on entitlement program, both medicaid and medicare, th
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Nov 6, 2012 3:00am PST
for a year and a half, essentially abdicate'ing the job as leader. >> i came in this morning and have heard acin the case dotally that the turnout in districts like mine, which went for john mccain last time, is expected to go heavily for mitt romney and george allen, the turnout is brisk and the reason is people are tired of washington abdicating its role, especially when their businesses and their families and householes are expected to resolve things and get through the month, meeting their obligations, taking care of their family members. the same should be expected of the individual in the white house. >> steve: absolutely. of course, today historically republicans have an advantage on election day because this is the day the republicans generally go to vote. early voting generally favors the democrats in the past. i'm sure you want as many people to go out and vote today and pull the lever for mitt romney as possible, right? >> no question. i'm predicting a bigger mitt romney win here than what anybody is talking about because i do. i see the enthusiasm on the ground here. i've been w
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